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Theodore Carl William Grams

educator , librarian

Theodore Carl William Grams, American librarian, educator. Department of Health Institute fellow, 1968-1969.

Background

Grams, Theodore Carl William was born on September 29, 1918 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of Theodore Albert and Emma Elise (Boehne) Grams.

Education

Bachelor, University Washington, 1947. Postgraduate, Harvard Law School, 1948. Master of Science in Liberal Studies, University Southern California, 1951.

Career

Land title assistant United States Bonneville Power Administration, Portland, 1939-1945, accountant, 1948-1950, library, 1951-1952. Head cataloger, lecturer Portland State University Library., 1952-1959, director processing services, 1960-1983, professor, 1969-1987, professor emeritus, since 1988. President Portland Area Special Libraries, 1954-1955.

Panelist on impact new technical on information science American Society Information Science, 1974, panelist on Library. Congress services, 1976.

Membership

Panelist on community action Northwest Lutheran Welfare Association Conference, 1969. Member advisory council Area Agency on Aging, 1974-1975. Commissioner City-County Commission Aging, Portland-Multnomah County, 1975-1980.

Board directors Hub-Cmty. Action Program, Portland, 1967-1970, Project ABLE, 1972-1974. Member American Library Association, Beta Phi Museum.

Connections

father:
Theodore Albert Grams

mother:
Emma Elise (Boehne) Grams